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All the Perl that's Practical to Extract and Report

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  • You must have been a real quake fanatic to turn that into a reflex!
    • Not really. A place I worked several years back had Friday afternoon Quake-fests for a few months. Short, but intense, doses were enough to embed some of those sounds into reptilian memory. I haven't touched a first-person shooter in at least 3 years.
  • True story.

    The place I used to work had just installed motion-activated sensors to unlock the doors from the inside.

    When you walked down the hall past the exits, you'd hear multiple click-click noises reminiscent of sound made when a sniper rifle was readied in Quake I (the One True Quake).

    We would, from time to time, enjoy a little bit of "tension relief" (i.e., fragging our brains out) in the evening after work. I clearly recall walking down the hall to get a sode with another gamer after a particular